Former Swansea City youth player Owain Jones is the latest new face at Nuneaton Borough.
The attacker joins Devon Kelly-Evans and Miles Addison as newcomers to Nuneaton Borough in what has been an impressive week of summer signings.
“I’m excited to be joining the Boro,” said Jones, “I worked with (new manager) Nicky (Eaden) briefly at Coventry City when I spent a week there and I liked the way he works.”
The winger has represented Wales at Under-16, 17, 19 and 21 level after starting his career at his hometown club.
“It was a great experience to be around professionals like Àngel Rangel and Leon Britton, not only did they teach me about the game, but how to be a professional as well.”
More recently he has had a spell on loan at Yeovil Town before joining Merthyr Town midway through last season. In 12 appearances for The Martyrs, Jones found the back of the net four times.
“I really enjoyed my time at Merthyr but I was looking to get back in to full-time football and Nuneaton is too good an opportunity to turn down.”